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 Bowser Law

We are lawyers who practice in the areas of Bankruptcy Law, Social Security Disability Law, Medicaid Planning, Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Real Estate Law. We have Medicaid lawyers in St. Clair, Mt. Clemens, Trenton, and Oxford. For the help of a St. Clair Medicaid attorney, or a Macomb Medicaid attorney, specifically a Mt. Clemens Medicaid attorney, or a Trenton Medicaid attorney, or an Oxford Medicaid attorney, please contact us today. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this or its associated pages, documents, comments, answers, emails, or other communications should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. The information on this website is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing of this information does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. We are not a law firm. We are associated with a network of attorneys, who focus in bankruptcy and disability law, whom we notify and connect with those in need of legal services.

We have expert Medicaid Planning Attorneys. Request a free consultation on our Contact Page, or give us a call at:

(855) 226-9737

Meeting with an experienced Medicaid planning attorney is crucial for planning for proper long-term care and to protect assets for loved ones. Nobody wants to run out of money when they need it most -- in old age, at a time when they need it for certain foods, medications, and even for a comfortable nursing home. It is important to plan for every possibility. Discussing your options with a Medicaid planning lawyer will provide the most financial safety as well as peace of mind.

Your Medicaid planning attorney will be able to go through the asset and income-level requirements with you to determine your eligibility for Medicaid. On a state-by-state basis, there are particular standards and guidelines, both medical and financial, that must be observed.

Through meeting with a Medicaid attorney, you should leave knowing:

  • Whether you will qualify for Medicaid benefits
  • Whether your assets are sheltered
  • How to preserve assets for loved ones
  • Ways to provide for a spouse

Bottom line: Don't wait. Get in to see a Medicaid planning lawyer today.

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